Chinese Wedding And Pearl Necklace
Modernisation has brought simplicity to traditional wedding, but a Chinese wedding is frequently not considered complete until the point that the couple have practiced the custom rituals. Everybody hopes that their wedding function goes smoothly and a happy life after marriage. Choosing an auspicious date, month and year for wedding is essential in Chinese culture. It is believed, by choosing a good date, you will be blessed with good luck in marriage. Last quarter of the year is coming and awaiting many wedding preparation for those whom are getting married, and so forth. Ladies, time to get a strand of pearl necklace of your choice to complete your wedding gown or perhaps as a gift. Let’s continue the tradition in a new and an elegant way.
Sponsors: PS150, The Mod House, Mphotoo, Beauty Haven, Moment Shoes, jewelry by Ivy Teong, Jewelry Designer of Juwelen Design.
Diamond Pendant and Diamond Earrings
GIA certified main diamonds for rose color metal set with loose diamonds surround for custom-made diamond pendant and diamond earrings.
Portrait artwork by Wallace Destiny.
Baroque Pearl Pendant
Baroque pearls natural or cultured, freshwater or saltwater that is irregular or asymmetrical in shape and uneven in texture, as opposed to traditional round pearls. The shape of baroque pearls are caused by the uneven deposition of nacre by the mollusc around its nacre. It was initially describe and used as early as 16th century.
The name first use to describe music in 1730s Rousseau and other critics of Rameau’s Hippolyte et Aricie called the opera “baroque” because of its seemingly irregular melodies, disjunctive harmonies, and frequently changing keys and meters. Many of these baroque pearls have spectacularly unique shapes, which makes each piece a one-of-a-kind creation. It is attractive and versatile to make as baroque pearl pendant, baroque pearl necklace as strand or baroque pearl earrings dangle.
Portrait artwork by Wallace Destiny.
Japan Pearl Seminar
Why Do People Choose Japanese Akoya Pearl Necklace?
Kokichi Mikimoto is named as “Father Of Pearl”, as he is the pioneer in world whom successfully cultured pearls. He was born 25 January 1858 in Toba town on Japan’s Shima Peninsular. Kokichi Mikimoto is the eldest son and helping his father in his udon shop until the age of 11, his father fell ill. At the age of 13, he left school and sold vegetables to support his family. Day by day he watched divers unloading their pearls from the shore and he started fascinating pearls after that.
People loves Japanese Akoya pearl necklace mainly for the luster and shape. Luster means how well is the pearl reflected in the light and good luster is like “mirror-like” reflection. Round shape pearl is always desirable and Japanese Akoya pearl necklace is popular for that. Thanks to Kokichi Mikimoto, continued researched and patented his method in early 1900s for culturing spherical-round pearls. Another factor is overtone. Rose overtone looks lovely on a fair lady, and due to Japanese Akoya Pearls doesn’t produce very large pearl, it has its charm and adore by many people nowadays.
Seminar and course book by Japan Pearl Promotion Society.
Diamond Earrings or Pearl Earrings for Pearl Necklace?
What is your personal style in matching jewelry? There is no standard rules as long as the elements of designs that work together rather than clash. It is also depending on the occasion you are going. For casual outing, you may just go with pearl earrings or pearl necklace but not both at the same time. What kind of pairing earrings do you wear with your pearl necklaces? You could wear a pearl necklace not only with pearl earrings or pearl stud but with diamond earrings or diamond stud.
Portrait artwork by Wallace Destiny.
Emerald Ring For Men
This statement custom made emerald ring with white metal and a hint of rose color is a perfect jewelry choice for your night.
Green is a symbol of revive, refresh and rebirth. “Greenery” also the Pantone Color of 2017, represents the reconnection with the nature. Because of its brilliant yet beautiful green color, the emerald is often popular to wear as statement pieces for special events especially emerald ring for both men and women.
It is believed to grant the owner good vision, good fortune, and vitality. Emerald, derived from the word “Smaragdus,” means, quite literally, “Green” in Greek.
The emerald was mined in Egypt as early as 330 BC, however it was also estimated that the oldest emeralds are 2.97 billion years old.Cleopatra is the most famous historical person to cherish emeralds. The Egyptians used emeralds both in jewelries, and in their burials, often burying emeralds with monarchs as symbols of protection.
,Other Than Wedding Rings Or Diamond Rings
“Diamonds are a girl’s best friend,” the most popular song, however, one of Marilyn Monroe’s most treasured pieces of jewelry was a simple sixteen-inch string of pearl necklace, given to her by Joe DiMaggio during their honeymoon in Japan.
Pearl necklace, pearl earrings and pearl bracelet are the most popular choice of wedding jewelry other than wedding rings or diamond rings.
Custom made a design that will complement the style of your wedding gown. If you have a deep V-cut neckline, a pearl pendant necklace with diamonds and intricate designs will draw attention to your neck and elevate your choice of gown to a level of elegance and sophistication. If the neckline is a sweetheart, a princess length pearl necklace is just perfect to complement your beautiful neck and shoulder.
Venue by The Westin Kuala Lumpur, gown by The Mod House, bridal styling by Beauty Haven, photography by Calvin Goh of Mphotoo, model by Felicia Lee, jewelry by Ivy Teong, Jewelry Designer of Juwelen Design.
Pearl Necklace for Bride and Wedding
It is a fascinating task when comes to choosing custom made pearl necklace or pearl jewelry for wedding. Weddings are a perfect place to showcase a brilliant pearl necklace. It symbolizes purity and romantic. Consider about the overall wedding style, bride’s personal style, age and body frame. Many factors such as pearl size, color and pearl necklace lengths all come into place. Pearls are the timeless elegant jewelry of every woman and always a girls’ best friend. Pearls are often passed down from one generation to the next be it a pearl necklace, pearl bracelet, pearl earrings or pearl ring.
The starting pearl size normally from six to seven millimeter range for an average sized bride at approximately 5'5" tall and weighing about 130 pounds. Also, take into account the bride's age. As a woman matures, larger pearls are more appropriate. However, there are no standard rules on who wear what so long it is appropriate. Therefore it is a must have at woman’s wardrobe.
The length of her pearl necklace should fall at least one inch above or two inches below the neckline of her dress. The average length is about 16 to 18 inches for above the collar and 22 inches for below. White is most preferred choice when it comes to wedding where bride can wear any color of dress she desires to matches it. Also, if there are pearls on her dress, the color should match the accessories as well. Custom made pearl jewelry such as pearl necklace, pearl bracelet, pearl earring or even pearl ring are often popular too for your wedding theme.
Large and round white pearl necklace are seen good in formal wedding. Classic single or double match with pearl bracelet and pearl earrings will be appropriate.
You can also wear different color pearls necklace for very non-traditional weddings such as lavender or peach color are perfect for beach or garden wedding. During winter or dinner banquet darker tone pearl such as Tahiti pearl or golden South Sea pearl will look outstanding
Pearl bracelet are a very nice "Thank You" gift for bridesmaids and it can be worn for any occasions later on. These pearls should be worn at the wedding ceremony.
Venue by The Westin Kuala Lumpur, gown by The Mod House, bridal styling by Beauty Haven, photography by Calvin Goh of Mphotoo, model by Felicia Lee, bridal bouquet by Nook Flowers, jewelry by Ivy Teong, Jewelry Designer of Juwelen Design.
Pearl Bracelet For Wedding Gift
Do you have any gift idea for your girlfriend’s wedding? Something significant for your bridesmaid? Simply you have a creative idea to design something. Or merely just wanting to pick-up new hobby. Be it a pearl bracelet or veil. White Design and Workshop is definitely for you. Come and experience our hands-on workshop.
Learn how to create your own pearl bracelet and personalize your own veil to compliment your inspired wedding or for that special occasion!
Pearl Bracelet with Charm by Ivy Teong, Juwelen Design
In this workshop, you will learn the introduction to different type of pearls, beads, ornaments, tools and materials used in bracelet making. During the making process, you will acquire basic skills of designing, beading, crimping, looping and other techniques in creating your personalize piece.
Materials provided: • Choice of different beads • charms design • clasps design
Personalize Veil by Kathy Foo, I am a Bride Wedding
In this hands-on workshop, you will custom veils. you will get to know a bit more about veils. The different types of veil (not just for weddings but for other special occasion as well), it's functions and the different ways to wear them. During the making process, you will learn some basic sewing techniques, as well as how to embellish with beautiful laces, pearls, ribbons, beading and other finishing details. Veiling materials will be precut with two lengths to choose from: a finger tip length or a birdcage veil.
Materials provided: • Choice of veil materials • embellishment • veil styles
At the end of the workshop, you will bring home your own master piece pearl bracelet complimentary and a complete personalized veil. But you can make one yourself (in fact, are TWO unique pieces!) for a fraction of the cost! One Regular ticket for 'I'm coming alone to have fun!' will be RM230; Buddies ticket for more than 2 person will only be RM195 per person! So gather your girl-friends so that: 'We are coming to have fun together!'
Grab this offers now and discover your hidden passion!
"Sharing is caring", by Ivy Teong, Chief Designer, Juwelen Design. She is also the author for www.juwelendesign.blogspot.my